This week has been notable because of the sheer numbers of moths, obviously given the time of year the species count has been low but it provided one new species for my site, Mottled Grey, also Shoulder Stripe which I've only seen before a handful of times. Twin Spotted Quaker ab. immaculata has been almost as frequent as the nominate form, normally I only see one or two a year. Last night provided the first micro of the year, Diurnia fagella, just for once one that I could ID with some confidence!
TWIN SPOTTED QUAKERS Nominate form and immaculata
Adding to this, I forgot to mention Engrailed...a species that I see only occasionally and normally so worn that family, shape and time of year become factors in the ID, just for once a nice fresh example.